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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Performer:

Miguel appeared on Sesame Street in the show's second season. He was the series' first Latino regular, joining the show a year before the debuts of Rafael, Maria, and Luis.


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Mentioned-only character
Miguel
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: Hilltop Farm Ruins commune
role: Scout
location: Hilltop Farm Ruins
Gameplay
mentioned in: Fallout 3
Statistics
Technical

Miguel was a member of a small commune who lived at the Hilltop Farm Ruins.

Apparently, he was the group's scout as Jim mentions that Miguel had spotted a group of strangers in the vicinity who apparently had left without noticing the commune. It is the terminal's last entry.

Appearances

Miguel does not actually appear in any game but a terminal entry mentioning him can be found in a terminal at Hilltop Farm Ruins in Fallout 3.

See also


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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

CHARACTER
Miguel
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Full name: Miguel
Gender:

Male

Place of birth: Colombia
Date of death: October 2001
Home: Colombia
Liberty City
Nationality: Colombian
Affiliations: Colombian Cartel
Catalina
Curly Bob
Vehicle(s): Cartel Cruiser
Patriot
Stallion
Businesses: Drug dealing
Voiced by: Al Espinosa

Miguel is a recurring character in the Grand Theft Auto series appearing in a supporting role in Grand Theft Auto III (set in 2001) and in a minor role in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (set in 1998). He is a prominent member of the Colombian Cartel and is involved in the gangs narcotics trade. In both appearances he is voiced by Al Espinosa, who has also appeared in such programs as Law & Order.

Character history

Miguel was born in Colombia and at some point prior to 1998 moved to Liberty City, joining the Colombian Cartel, becoming a prominent drug dealer for the gang. He frequently sold drugs from Portland Harbor to the Leone Family and met Toni Cipriani in a deal in 1998 that was later ambushed by the Liberty City Police Department. Toni Cipriani seemingly kills Miguel, who manages to survive. He continued to climb the ranks of the Cartel and, following the death of Cisco and an un-named leader, became one of the gangs most prominent members.

Miguel and Catalina during the mission Cutting the Grass.

In 2001 he met Catalina and Claude as they arrived in the city and helped them rob a bank and escapes the police with Catalina, after she shot Claude and left him for dead. Catalina and Miguel begin to increase the gangs influence in the city by stepping up the production of the drug SPANK from a freighter in Portland Harbor and also begin to work against the Leone Family, exchanging Leone secrets for SPANK with barman Curly Bob. Their operations, however, are stopped by Claude who, on orders from Don Salvatore Leone, kills Curly Bob and then destroys the freighter containing the SPANK factory.

Claude, after moving to Staunton Island, begins to work for Donald Love, first rescuing the Old Oriental Gentleman from the Cartel. Love later sends Claude to collect a package from an incoming plane at Francis International Airport and later has him return to collect the real package, having previously sent Claude to collect decoy packages. The package, however, has already been collected by Miguel and Catalina. Claude goes to a construction site in Fort Staunton and confronts Miguel and Catalina. Miguel hands the package to Claude but is shot by Catalina, who jumps down into a skip to escape.

Asuka Kasen, enraged following the death of her brother Kenji at the hands of a "Cartel assassin" (really Claude disguised as a Cartel member), begins to torture Miguel for information on the Cartels operations. After extracting information from Miguel, Asuka then sent Claude to stop the Cartel operations, which includes killing three Cartel hit squads, destroy the Kappa Coffee House stands (which were a front to sell SPANK) and destroying a plane and collecting the SPANK packages inside. After collecting the SPANK packages, Claude returns to the construction site and finds Miguel dead, impaled on a construction pole, with a note addressed to Claude attached to his body.

Gallery

Mission appearances

GTA III
GTA Liberty City Stories
  • Contra-BannedMust be killed to escape but still appears in GTA III




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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Miguel

Miguel

Kanji

ミゲル

English

Miguel

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 069

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

Gender

Male

Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Aiko Iwamura

Miguel is a character in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, whose family was cheated out of their posessions by Garome.

Biography

Miguel once lived in Satellite, where he and his family were deprived of a lot of life's luxuries. After the Dark Signers were defeated and Satellite was reconnected with New Domino City, the family moved to New Domino and began a normal life.

Using false documents, Garome conned his family into owing him money. As they were unable to pay in time, he repossessed their belongings.

Miguel followed his older brother, Marco to the Duel Shrine. Where Marco left his cards and prayed for the Duel Goddess to use them to defeat Garome. Miguel tried talking him out of it, as he would be unable to duel himself if he went through with this. Believing that to be the case either way, Marco still left the cards.

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